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about u.n. ambassador susan rice, who's been criticized by senators mccain and graham up on capitol hill. the president said if mccain and graham want to go after somebody, they ought to go after me. take a listen to that as well. >> for them to go after the u.n. ambassador who had nothing to do with benghazi and was simply making a presentation based on intelligence that she had received and to besmirch her reputation is outrageous. >> the president also said that he's open to compromise here. he doesn't want to slam the door on republicans. he said he's going to be looking for ideas from everyone. >> all right, eamon. thanks for much. i want to show you what's going on with brian sullivan. he's walking with some of the ceos that have just come out of the white house. let's listen in. >> we employ a lot of the people in this country and around the world. there's nothing that i can say more importantly than a solution to this problem is paramount. that will require we give on all sides. >> do you believe we'll get a solution? >> absolutely. i'm done. we'll get a solution. excuse me. than
' testimony. but he did shed a little light on the political controversy, about what u.n. ambassador, obama u.n. a.m. bas door susan rice, said or did not say five days after the tragedy when she went on the sunday talk shows. nbc's "meet the press" specifically, and denied there was al qaeda involvement saying the earlier stories that there had been a riot gone wrong is what u.s. intelligence still believed was the case in libya. petraeus testified, according to those who heard his testimony, that the cia, in fact, believed immediately that al qaeda and another terrorist group was involved and wrote for public consumption some bullet points, which included that assumption by the cia. they went to other agencies quickly so they could get out publicly. five days later, rice denied al qaeda involvement. peter king, the republican from new york, said somebody took out the reference to al qaeda, which had been dumbed down, if you will, to the word extremist and then virtually eliminated from this public, nonclassified report. so, bill, the controversy continues. did susan rice say something publicl
this is a strike protected under unfair labor practices. >> that's not just bad advice, that's un-american. americans have the right to strike for certain purposes without being fired. that is something we all ought to worry about. more importantly, these are folks who work full-time and make about $15,500. what is good for walmart, what is good for the economy, what's good for job creation is having people paid enough to buy the products that they sell. henry ford, that great socialist, understood that if you underpaid retail workers, auto workers, people like that, the economy would collapse. what these workers are saying is that walmart is mistreating them. they have a right to say it. it frankly would be better for everybody if they get to paid a little bit more. >> but -- >> no one is forcing these employees to work at walmart. if they could get paid more elsewhere, they would leave and get paid more in other jobs. besides, with an unemployment rate near 8%, there are plenty of other people who want those jobs at walmart. also, everyone thinks that they're underpaid. you prob
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